The complexity and variability of aging itself, along with the fragmented nature of researchers’ current understanding of aging, call for tools that can help scientists dig through mounds of data to find often subtle connections.
The study of HIV evolution is not only critical to fighting the virus; it has also driven advances in the computational tools used to study evolution in general.
Pursuing the frontiers of systems biology in an interdisciplinary, non-academic enviroment
Computer models find that various ion channel arrangements can produce the same firing pattern
A grant to develop software tools to analyze how neurons distribute themselves within the brain
Many systems models are strikingly vulnerable to even small changes in the variables
State-of-the-art approaches are a boon to biomedicine
Brain implants are giving hope to the disabled and revolutionizing neuroscience
In a win-win for patients and researchers, big biomechanics data has arrived.